"I still get nightmares," begins Johnny Truant, editor of House of Leaves ("House," by the way, always colored in blue). He goes on to explain how he stumbled upon the fateful document that would consume him. How Zampanò, an old and eccentric shut-in had left his critique of the Navidson Record scribbled on loose-leaf papers, book covers, and the backs of envelopes and even stamps scattered across his room. Johnny diligently collected all of the papers and organized them into the comprehensive thesis it was meant to be. It is an elaborate and detailed explanation of a documentary that, Johnny...
I'm excited to be reporting this tid bit of book news to my Fanpop.com readers!
If you remember, earlier this year, I reviewed a new book titled 'The Vampire Game: Discovery' written by hunky first-time author Les Bailey--which I absolutely adored! (I've read the book 3 times now!)
Well, I now get to report that there is a great possibility that the novel in question will be developed into a major movie!
According to several movie news outlets, the unique vampire tale has generated loads of interest among some of Hollywood's most influential filmmakers--and I can see why.